The results of the trials involving 4,000 people are remarkable because of the unprecedented speed with which the development of the vaccine and the testing were carried out.
Scientists, doctors, donors and drug companies collaborated to race the vaccine through a process that usually takes more than a decade in just 12 months.
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Such a bad platform for dirvvel producers it just never caught on.
From last night as the "blue" moon rose over the village of Peacham. I've photographed the full moon from here a few times but the position of the moon and overall conditions were much better this time. And the cows were out grazing in the field to complete the rural scene. With John Vose of .
#landscapephotography #landscapephoto #landscapepicture #moon #fullmoon #bluemoon #newengland #vermont #village #farm #church #churches #churchphotography
- National and Kapodistrian University of AthensEconomics, 1976 - 1981
- Athens University of EconomicsEconomics, 1981 - 1983
- University of RochesterEconomics, 1984 - 1988
- Temple UniversityAssociate Professor of Economics, present
- Temple University
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